The comment came as Trump waded into Florida Republican politics, picking sides as he embraced U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis in a competitive primary for governor and backed the Senate campaign of his longtime ally, Gov. Rick Scott.
"If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID".
And in an incongruous juxtaposition, Trump also first attacked the veracity of public opinion polls, before repeating a recent incorrect claim of his - that a recent poll showed him to be the most popular person ever in the history of the Republican Party.
Patricia Green of Lakeland said that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jeff Greene had her backing. "These are people who don't care about people pouring into our country when they shouldn't be here", Trump said, in a searing attack on Democratic candidates.
Before the rally, the former fashion designer introduced the President in a speech at Tampa Bay Technical High School as part of "workforce development week", in which the father-daughter pair are visiting community colleges and hosting numerous events to do with vocational education reform.
It was a lousy birthday present for Putnam, who turned 44 while campaigning in The Villages and was doing his best to downplay Trump's visit.
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"I've never been as angry and despairing and dismayed as I am with the election of Donald Trump", said Miliner.
Scott, who is running in one of the nation's marquee Senate races this fall, has largely been mum on the president during his Senate campaign.
While American and Chinese officials have hinted at the possibility of restarting talks in recent weeks, it's been nearly two months since they last held high-level negotiations.
"There's no doubt that the "Trump bump" is real and DeSantis got a lift from it".
The question for Trump fewer than 100 days from the elections, and as the pace is already heating up for his own re-election race, is whether the magic can work a second and then a third time outside the confined world of his political base - especially this year, when he is not on the ballot.
To Ronald Palmer of Brooksville, that doesn't sound like a bad idea. The Koch brothers did not endorse Trump in 2016. Bill Nelson. Florida's primary is scheduled for August 28. But Trump nonetheless also briefly praised Scott, and criticized Nelson as an out-of-touch politician, saying he sees him in Florida only "five months before every election".
Trump has played a role in several Republican primaries, helping candidates in Georgia, Alabama and SC in recent weeks with endorsements that underscore his influence within the GOP.